Gautier will dedicate new sculpture with ribbon-cutting

Posted by Christina Steube on March 18, 2013 

The Gautier Town Center construction has been underway for several months, and the city has nearly completed the Nature's Playground sculpture.

The sculpture features a mosaic stained-glass ball that stands 45 feet tall. This is the beginning of the town center project, funded by a $6 million post-Katrina grant. The rest of the town center will include shops, restaurants, bars, an amphitheater and a 32-acre town green.

A dedication and ribbon-cutting for the sculpture will be held on-site at 10 a.m. on Friday.  

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